What’s new in Dynamics 365 version 10.0.29?
Dynamics 365 is a suite of cloud-based applications that help businesses manage various aspects of their operations, such as finance, commerce, supply chain, customer service, and more. In this article, we will highlight some of the new or changed features that are included in the latest release of Dynamics 365, version 10.0.29.
One of the new features in Dynamics 365 Finance 10.0.29 is the ability to match the detail for vendor invoices. This feature lets you compare the details of the total invoice amount, such as the subtotal, total discount, charges, sales tax, and invoice, with the corresponding values on the purchase order or product receipt. This can help you identify and resolve any discrepancies between the vendor invoice and the expected amount.
If you are a business-to-business (B2B) seller organization, you can now use sales agreements in Dynamics 365 Commerce headquarters to define contract-based pricing for your buyers. When a B2B buyer shops on your e-commerce website, they will see the prices that are configured for their organization automatically applied to their product discovery, purchase, and checkout experience.
You can now enhance your customer service by integrating Dynamics 365 Commerce with Dynamics 365 Omnichannel for Customer Service. This integration lets you provide a personalized and seamless support experience for your customers across multiple touchpoints, such as physical stores, online channels, and social channels. You can also increase your cart conversions to sales by engaging with your customers proactively and resolving their issues quickly.
A new feature that is available for both business-to-consumer (B2C) and B2B sites is the support for product comparison in e-commerce. This feature enables your shoppers to compare products across a wide range of categories so that they can make the best purchase decision for themselves. You can configure which product attributes to display in the comparison page by using the site builder tool.
Dynamics 365 Commerce now supports cross-company data sharing for the retail gift card tables. This means that you can create a gift card in one company and have its data duplicated to another company in your environment. Any changes that are made to the gift card in the originating company will be shared to the duplicated company as well. This can help you manage your gift card inventory and transactions across multiple companies.
If you are a developer who uses the new Commerce SDK to build custom solutions for Dynamics 365 Commerce, you can now enable Commerce localization features for your projects. This feature lets you use localized strings, currencies, date formats, and other regional settings in your code by using the Commerce localization APIs.